The Proximate and Lipid Composition of Several Species of Freshwater Fishes
Kinsella, J.; Shimp, J.; Mai, J.
Information concerning the chemical composition of freshwater fishes is useful to ecologists and environmentalists who are interested in determining the effects of changing biological/environmental conditions on the composition, survival, and population changes within fish species. It is also valuable to nutritionists concerned with readily available sources of low-fat, high-protein foods such as most freshwater fishes, and to the food scientist who is interested in developing them into high-protein foods while ensuring the finest quality flavor, color, odor, texture, and safety obtainable with maximum nutritive value.
New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin69
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
proximate and lipid composition; freshwater fishes; several fish species